Adapting Stock Plans to New RealitiesZoom inDownload PDF
For the last decade, the toughest question many companies faced about long-term compensation was: “How many stock options should we give out, and to whom?” Today, we are in the midst of unprecedented change in every aspect of long-term and stock compensation, and plans and practices need to be examined in light of new accounting rules, increasing shareholder scrutiny, and changing employee attitudes. As U.S. companies review their current stock option or other long-term compensation plans, the tried and true assumptions on what’s right or even what works are already problematic at best. Companies need to plan how to adapt now, or evolution is likely to pass them by. Read the entire article (PDF) written by Roger Brossy and Richard Semler.